2016 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO XI Release Date Mitsubishi got the insistence by the FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) WRC rally to down with the car Group A regulations, but without having to make a bulk version as homologation. Lancer Evo-VII, VIII and IX wearing base car (platform) Mitsubishi Cedia Lancer berbodi bongsor because the version of CK has not been produced at that time. No wonder if the total weight is also incremented for this generation. Mitsubishi then made inroads around the chassis and drive train system. The biggest change was felt on the addition of the active center differential and limited-slip differential (LSD) is more effective on the rear wheels. While the helical limited-slip differential on a front wheel is also addressed.
Although there is no obligation in the homologation regulations, the tradition of the GSR aka Evo version of highway are retained. In fact, this time the automatic transmission available on the GT-A variant which is a VII GSR Evo-plagiarism but more elegant. 17 inch alloy rims, exterior luxury, minimal front apron air vents and rear spoiler ‘ is more polite ‘ became the hallmark of GT-A, in addition to the premium interior (full leather) that is loaded with Recaro seats and sound system. The GT-A Variant that just came out this year (2002), later becoming a platform for Lancer Evo-VIII. The most interesting of these is a variant on option transmission 5-speed matik called ‘ fuzzy logic ‘, because a character can learn the driving the driver.
Because only 1 year out, the Evo VIII-variant is no longer wearing a fuzzy logic matik. But it came out again in the 3rd generation IX but only on the variant estate car aka Lancer Evolution IX Wagon. While the sedan variant saloon Evo IX-armed manual transmission tech Twin Clutch SST gearbox which continued up to the generation of the Evo-X